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Who Said Goodbye
Out Of The Woodwork III
1994 by Gary E. Andrews
All Right Reserved for the Globe


Chords: (Capo 4th fret)
G 32OOO3
D XXO232
C X32O1O
F X33211
D7 XXO212

(Verse 1)
The lights of the city, Beckon me down,
From the mountaintop.
The corn in the fields, Promises,
To be a bumper crop.
I follow the road, Down to the bridge,
Over the river, Where I

(Chorus)
Stop, and remember you.
I stop, and remember who,
Said 'Stop,'
I remember Who Said 'Goodbye.'

(V 2)
You were so pretty. I reckon you found,
A new place to flop.
You said, "Get real!" Your momma said,
She'd call a cop!
I follow the road, Back up the hill,
Stand on the front porch, Where I

Stop, and remember you.
I stop, and remember who,
Said 'Stop,'
I remember Who Said 'Goodbye.'

(Bridge)
And why,
And I'm a long way from those city lights.
I'm a long, long way from those used-to nights.
It's been a long time
But I remember who told what lie.
And I'm a long way from forgettin' about ya,
I'm a long, long way from gettin' along fine without ya'.
It's been a long time,
But I remember Who Said Goodbye.

(V 3)
The lights of the city Shimmer and dance.
The wind plays a tune.
The corn in the fields, Glistens with dew,
By light of the moon.
I follow the lights, Of somebody's car,
Up to the river where they

Stop, and remember you.
I stop, and remember who,
Said 'Stop,'
I remember Who Said 'Goodbye.'
(Repeat Bridge)

(V 4)
The lights of the city, Beckon me down,
From the mountaintop.
The corn in the fields, Turned out to be,
A bumper crop.
I follow the road, Down to the bridge,
Over the river, And your car stops,

And I remember you.
You stop, and we remember who,
Said 'Stop,'
I remember Who Said 'Goodbye.'
(Repeat variant Bridge)
And why,
And we're a long way from those city lights.
We're a long, long way from those used-to nights.
It's been a long time
But we remember who told what lie.
And I'm a long way from forgettin' about ya,
I'm a long, long way from gettin' along fine without ya'.
It's been a long time,
But I remember Who Said Goodbye.

(Tag)
The lights of the city, shimmer and dance.
The wind plays a tune (Instrumental Interlude, waltz time)

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Who Said Goodbye 1994 by Gary E. Andrews
All Rights Reserved For The Globe

It's a bit of a riddle in the title. After you read or hear the lyric, who do you think said 'goodbye?'